Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 8, 2020

Saturday, May 9th is World Migratory Bird Day

 Migratory Bird Day was created by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center in 1993. Since then, several alliances have been built to help further migratory bird conservation around the globe. This worldwide campaign is organized around the planet’s major migratory bird corridors, the African-Eurasian, the East Asian-Australasian, and the Americas. There are many things we can do from our homes to support migratory birds, including buying bird friendly coffee and other bird friendly products, helping to reduce building lights at night to assist bird migration, and spreading the word to friends and family about why we should protect migratory birds! Here are seven simple actions you can take right now to help protect migratory birds in 2020 and beyond.


  1. Sandy,

    This says World Migratory Bird Day is Saturday:

    Not today (Friday).


    – Greg

    Greg Vaughn, Photographer/Educator/Writer/Guide Eugene, Oregon USA | telephone 541 510 8770 | FB: @greg.vaughn | IG: @gregvaughn | Tw: @thatGregVaughn Workshops Photo Guides



    • Thanks for the correction.Much appreciated. I think I picked up part of the information from last year’s notice.


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